We’ve had the honor of providing ongoing marketing and design services for our friends at Town Kitchen and Provisions. Check out a couple magazine/newspaper ads we designed for them recently.
We were approached by the organizers of a new annual event, the Artisan Fair of Sedalia, to design the visual identity and we went one step further to become a co-sponsor.
Though we are still working on revamping our portfolio we are pleased to announce our new website and a new opportunity to catch a glimpse of what we’re up to through the blog here.
As with many of our clients, we go on to not just design a visual identity but a responsive website they can manage themselves and other marketing collateral. Check out the new website we designed for Little Kingdom Farm
If you want to build a ship…teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea. – Antoine de Saint-Exupery
Our friends behind the popular webinars and soon-to-be-released film Beyond Off Grid needed a visual identity for their media endeavors and Wisely Woven stepped up to the plate.
Check out the new visual identity for our friends at Ironhorse Outdoor Motorsports
I have come full circle with Mountain Run Farm- redesigning their website fully on the Wordpress platform and integrating their main website with their blog…
New ad designed for Four Corners Farm (we designed the logo too awhile back) (to appear in the Roanoke Natural Foods Co-Optimist). Check it out!
New visual identity for Artisan Fair at Sedalia!
“You get up early in the morning and you work all day. That’s the only secret.” – Philip Glass (American composer) As a creative professional it is sometimes easy to forget that often the most important thing is just practicing your art – the formula to success is consistency.
One of the newest photographers to hit the local scene is our client and friend Emily Shea of Destiny Captured Photography. We recently unveiled her new visual identity and are pleased to share with you the vision for her business
Here is a sample of a visual identity we designed for the fine folks at Four Corners Farm back when they were still getting the business ramped up in 2011.
We are grateful for our friends, family and clients and look forward to serving you in 2014! Stay tuned for our upcoming January relaunch!